C. E. Montague

 C. E. Montague

De facto editor of the Manchester Guardian, now better known simply as the Guardian during CP Scott's period as an MP, 1895-1906, C.E. Montague was aged 47 in 1914, but dyed his hair and volunteered for service. Nevertheless he was a determined opponent to the jingoism of the armchair warriors on the Home Front. His book Disenchantment was one of the first to strongly criticise the way the war was fought, and is a pivotal text in the development of literature about the First World War. One of a series of designs marking the centenary of the conflict. T-shirts as 'Testaments of War' to remember the courage and the sacrifice, to resist the deadly causes and lethal consequences.

Unisex sizes. Small (36 inch chest/90cms) and medium (40 inch/100cms). Available as listed in drop-down menu below.

Gift wrap service With exclusive Philosophy Football wrapping paper and gift tag. To personalise the tag type he message you would like us to add into the box provided.

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